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    Council urges community to STAY HOME, customer service counters and boat ramps to close and tips move to cashless payments
    Sunshine Coast residents are being asked to stay home, customer service counters and boat ramps are closing, and tips are moving to cashless (card only) payments.
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    Continued support for our community and rates update
    Sunshine Coast Council Mayor and Local Disaster Management Group Chair Mark Jamieson has today reiterated council’s clear commitment to supporting our community through the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and provided reassurance that council would continue to look at every avenue available to support those experiencing financial difficulty.
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    Council closes public barbecues and outdoor exercise equipment
    Sunshine Coast Council will close public barbecues and outdoor exercise equipment from 5pm today (Friday, 27 March 2020), as part of a range of measures to support the Australian Government’s most recent restrictions to limit opportunities for people to congregate.
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    Council COVID-19 update – more local measures to keep our community safe
    The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will continue to impact our community in the wake of the latest social distancing enforcement measures that came into effect at midnight last night, Sunshine Coast Council Mayor and Local Disaster Management Committee Chair Mark Jamieson said.
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    Sunshine Coast Holiday Parks close for holiday-makers
    Council's six Holiday Parks will be closed to holiday-makers amid the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and following a directive by the Federal Government.
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    All Sunshine Coast Council Aquatic Centres are now closed
    In consultation with its facilities operators, Sunshine Coast Council has announced all of its aquatic centres are now closed.